Question by  balasubramanian (5)

How soon can a baby rabbit jump out of its nest?

I'd like to know at what age a bunny is big enough to jump out of its nest.


Answer by  amywade40 (62)

At approximately 2 to 3 weeks of age and about fist size baby rabbits can jump out of nest. At about 4 weeks the nest should be taken away. At about 8 weeks the mother should be removed from the litter and the babies are now ready to be re-homed.


Answer by  eldergeek (473)

Baby rabbits are called "kits". Normally, by ten days of age, the kits will have opened their eyes. By 20 days of age they will be very active and roaming from the next. They shouldn't be handled while they're small. Their care is best left to their mother.

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